Fella Chuffed to Move Up in the World, Welcomes New Found Freedom: "Kwami"

Fella Chuffed to Move Up in the World, Welcomes New Found Freedom: "Kwami"

  • A newly-independent man is revelling in the excitement of living on his own, offering him just the right amount of freedom
  • Heading online, he shared images that clearly put his excitement on full display as he embraced this new chapter in his life
  • A bustling social media community greeted the post with glee and excitement, dutifully offering up a flood of congratulations

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Another Mzansian has made the massive leap from living under someone else's roof to moving into a place they can call their own.

Taking to the bird app with the excitement of a newbie, @caseywaves ushered in the start of a new path as an independent young adult bent on making a name for himself in this world.

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A newly independent lad is celebrating moving into his own place. Image: @caseywaves
Source: Twitter

He posted pictures that showed him revelling in the happiness of finally moving into his new place. As a nod to the peeps that banded around him on his way to taking the life-altering step, the image was accompanied by a heartwarming caption.

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"Kwami. Finally finished moving. Thank you for all the kind words," the caption read.

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In one image, the ecstatic lad sits on top of the counter near the kitchen sink. His bright smile stands out against the cream-coloured cupboards and brown window frame. And since he was feeling celebratory, an opened bottle of his favourite alcoholic beverage can be seen beside him on the counter.

In a second picture, the seemingly exhausted fellow quietly relaxes with his feet up on his black corner couch while appearing to be enjoying a playlist of songs on the Skyworth TV unit neatly placed on the floor of the expansive lounge area.

The post gathered more than more 7 000 likes and counting, as frivolous locals gushed over the serene ambience of the bachelor life, making sure to heap the congratulations on the newly-independent gent.

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Locals toast to independence

Below, Briefly News brings readers some of the loudest reactions to the post.

@KayBee_Online wrote:

"Nice apartment ngavele ngakubhula eyami eManzimtoti, Doonside."

@nqubekomthembu said:

"Congratulations dude maestro. Makwande okuhle kodwa nkunzi."

@vala_joseph added:

"Isofa yeyantoni what is the couch for never heard of camp chairs? Congratulations on your new home."

Beauty in awe over owning keys to new home

Elsewhere, Briefly News recently reported that the new homeowners and occupiers of property are coming in droves in Mzansi, many of whom are fulfilling longstanding New Year's resolutions.

Among the latest and certainly not an exception is Twitter user @Love_Terii, who, feeling undescribably chuffed and amazed by the wonderful development, took to the timeline to put God on the highest imaginable pedestal in a solemn display of appreciation.

Following the now-standard way of flexing the new abode, the tweep held up a key in one hand before snapping away to capture the confirmatory image. Aside from her well-manicured hands, the picture reveals a portion of the meticulous-looking and sparsely furnished abode.

Source: Briefly News

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Tshepiso Mametela Tshepiso Mametela is a seasoned journalist with eight years of experience writing for online and print publications. He is an evening/weekend editor at Briefly News. He was a general news reporter for The Herald, a senior sports contributor at Opera News SA, and a reporter for Caxton Local Media’s Bedfordview and Edenvale News and Joburg East Express community titles. He has attended media workshops, including the crime and court reporting one by the Wits Justice Project and Wits Centre for Journalism in 2024. He was a member of the Forum of Community Journalists (FCJ) from 2018 to 2020.